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Word In Your Ear

Mark Ellen, David Hepworth and Alex Gold
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Mark Ellen and David Hepworth have been talking about and writing about music together and individually for a collective eighty years in magazines like Smash Hits, Mojo and The Word and on radio and TV programmes like "Rock On", "Whistle Test" and VH-1. more


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4.6 out of 5 stars from 268 ratings
  • Extraordinarily extraordinary

    ME: This really is extraordinary more

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    Sweeney Agonistes
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Softening my opinions with time

    I first came across David & Mark on OGWT. I must say being a Rock,Metal, Pub Rock, Rock’n’Roll fan,I often saw my favourite acts getting withering,sarcastic reviews etc and feeling, it was generally open season at the Beeb, on the above genres. Un-trendy Rock dinosaurs like Jimmy Page & Roy Harper got the treatment! I always loved Keith Richard’s “Ming China” response .. Messrs Coverdale & Gillan separately replying around those times with elequence, in the case of the former and barely containe... more

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    Aromatic Feed
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • I normally enjoy this

    It's a mixture - sometimes I find the guest in the interview type podcasts uninteresting and give it a miss - but only once have I actally hated the guest - that honour belongs to the vile political bigot Cathi Unsworth, if I discovered she had died, I'd crack out the bubbly.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Man gave names to all the animals

    What’s wrong with you? No Dylan song is more joyous to sing along to. Especially if you’re looking after toddlers.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 months ago
  • Always great but buffer that theme!

    Always loved this podcast. Still amazing, insightful, educational, great guests. more

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    Scot T. G.
    United States4 months ago

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